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DWIT Job Fair Orientation for Applicants

Posted on: 30 December, 2019

With the arrival of DWIT JOB FAIR 2018, different orientation programs were held on 26th March. On that day, there were two orientation sessions; one for the companies and another for the applicants. Companies had their orientation at early morning whereas the orientation for students was held in the afternoon. The event started at 3:30 pm after the arrival of all the participants. Hitesh Karki, College Administrative Officer of DWIT welcomed everyone with his warm words. Prayush Shrestha from the organizing committee then provided some idea about the DWIT Job Fair 2017. He mentioned about the layout of the event and the position of the stalls( IT Companies) at the Deerwalk Courtyard. Merojob also had their own representatives for the event. Vikaas Nafde, a consultant at merojob gave a presentation pointing out the important thing to remember before applying for a job. In addition, he also gave advice on 'How to prepare for a Job Interview?'. His speech was a great aid for all those who attended the event because it carried a lot of information on applying for a job, preparing for an interview and even preparing a Resume. Diwas Pradhan from merojob also took the stage explaining everyone about the difference between Resume and CV. Moreover, He made everyone understand the basic dos and don'ts of preparing a Resume. After the presentation, each student who attended the event were handed out a priority card for the event. Priority card had a special discount for those interested in taking any training classes at merojob. The card would also ensure that the cardholders would get priority in the queues during the Job Fair. Orientation for students was successfully conducted with all the support of participants and organizers as well.

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DWIT Job Fair 2018 Held Successfully

Posted on: 06 May, 2018

On 28th March 2018 second edition on DWIT Job Fair was successfully conducted. This event was presented by Kantipur Digital Corp in association with Mero Job. The event was conducted in the Deerwalk complex. 7 organizers and 30+ volunteers conducted the event and lots of improvement were made compared to the last year's fair. The fair formally started at 11 am but many of the participants arrived before time. 700+ graduates and undergraduates participated in the fair and 25+ companies showed their presence. To participate in the fair the participants had to pre-register in the Job fair site with their CV and they had to take a participant card in the venue. Arrangements for the unregistered participants were also make in the venue. This fair aimed to create a bridge between job seekers and the IT companies. Even though the flow of participants was less compared to the last year's, but the event was a huge success. Around 11 participants were hired on the spot and many were called for the second round of interview. Unlike last year, this year’s fair was very much supported by sunny weather. Rain caused a lot of trouble last year but there was no rain this year. Learning from the mistake of the last year, DWIT Job Fair 2018 was a huge success. The fair ended at 5 PM. This fair was beneficial for both the company and the participants. The companies got a chance to show case themselves and the participants knew about the companies. This fair showed a good sign for the upcoming year's.

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DeerUtsav 4.0 : A Great Success

Posted on: 25 May, 2018

The most awaited moment for the Class of 2017, Deerutsav 4.0 was finally held on 28th April 2018. After longing days and hours of hard work, the day had come, the time for the biggest event of DWIT. The weather was not in our favor but as said ‘None can stop the willers’, we did not stop at anything. Everyone showed up at 8 in the morning in their formal attire. The formal event was held on the open. The event host was Aakanshya Upadhaya. Her outspoken confidence in the speech made everyone absorbed into the event. The event started off with an inspiring speech by the Campus Chief, Surendra Adhikari. The event proceeded with a speech by Ashmita Kunwa, one of the graduate, about their 4 years long experience. The sense of humor and the emotions injected into her speech made the audience laugh and cry at the same time. Bijay Gopal Shrestha, the father of Ruby Shrestha, gave a wonderful and motivating speech as a representative from the parents of the graduating class. Later on, the environment was ascended up by the speech by the Chief Administrative Officer, Hitesh Karki. He talked about the growth of the graduates right from the start of college till now. The event then continued with handing over the certificates by Dr. Rudra Pandey and then a motivational speech by him. The formal event was ended with a speech by Ruby Shrestha, batch topper, sharing all the glorious moments spend in DWIT. All the speeches throughout the event boosted up confidence into the audience and a warmth of victory into the graduates. The informal event was scheduled right after the lunch break in Sagarmatha Hall. Everyone settled for the event and the emcees started with their humorous punch lines. The way they portrayed themselves into other fun characters was something that everyone praised . The event continued with the amazing dance numbers and singers with their very pleasing performances . The event ended with some spoken words poetry and a well bided goodbyes to all the graduates. The ritual of Deerutsav in DWIT is not so old yet so grand and organized. Everyone had worked up their sweat off to level up the intensity of perfectness. From the organizing team to the administrative staffs , from the emcees to the performers, everyone gave their hundred percent in the event.

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DWIT Hiking Club Organized Two-Day Hike to Helambu

Posted on: 04 February, 2020

Up and down the road, Helambu hike was the second two days hike I had attended. Unlike Chitlang hike, there were less familiar voices for me. I had not expected much from the hike but wasn’t disappointed. I had a great weekend. We left Deerwalk Premises at around 7 in the morning. Singing, dancing and playing cards on the way to JarsinPauwa made it less difficult for the bumpy road travel. After having a quick breakfast at Jarsinpauwa, we went fishing to the nearby pond and later went swimming in the nearby river. The water at zero degrees Celsius was welcomed by grilled fishes and lots of joy. After about an hour or two, we left for Helambu. The journey was full of dirt and bumps. After an hour, we were welcomed by a beautiful Khaja set at Helambu. Helambu served us well: a resort in the lap of mountains and a river flowing next to it, cold breeze and a wide sky with stars shining on our top. The beauty is beyond words. The same day we went to Melamchi Dam Side. Though we couldn’t enter the dam, we had a chance to look closely at the project and the work around it. Later that night, we sat around our resort and had a barbeque session with songs, dance, and laughter. Next morning was a hike day to nearby Gumba. 3 hours of straight upwards hill wouldn’t have been easier if it wasn’t for the beautiful sunrise and fresh air. After the climb was over, we all came back to resort and had some time in the down by river. Next, we had some lunch and left for K-Town.

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67% of the Students at DWIT are Professionally Involved in Real World Projects

Posted on: 03 January, 2020

Creating a professional environment for the students, empowering them to do anything they vision , implement ideas , working with seniors is what the ideology of DWIT centers to. This is the reason for the working environment that is created here at DWIT. DWIT believes students should simultaneously focus on academics along with professionalism. Learning and implementing is the key aspect of advancement. All the students from freshman to senior year involved into different sorts of internships is what you will see once you visit DWIT. DWIT students never fail to grab the opportunity to work, be it the platform inside college, outside college or starting their own company. The recent data shows 67.56 % percent of the total students either have an internship or work in freelance projects. Out of which, 4.85 % are doing wonders with their own startups.This makes the total ratio of working students to non-working students roughly around 1:2 ratio. The ratio is highest that you will find in any IT colleges around Nepal. Involvement into internship is a well followed tradition now. Students learn from what they realize rather than what they are told to do. They follow the path set, so the factors driving our students towards internship is the self realized urge to be what they see. The association of company in-house , the working environment, traits from seniors, the motivation from teachers, projects after projects is what sets the students apart. Aabiskar Pandey, one of the oldest interns at the Research and Development Unit of DWIT says “When I joined the In-house internship offered by Deerwalk in the 1st Semester, I was anxious about maintaining a balance in academic workloads and my internship responsibilities. Now when I reflect back upon my experience, I feel I made the right choice. It is an amazing experience here getting to learn in a working ambiance alongside seniors who are my mentors as well as my colleagues.”

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9 DWIT Students / Alumni Presented Their Papers in IT4D 2019

Posted on: 03 January, 2020

The Information Technology for Development (IT4D) conference is a three day conference where people involved in the field of information technology share their ideas on how information technology can bring social, political and economic advancement in developing countries like Nepal. Primary audience of the conference are researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and development workers.The conference is also beneficial for students seeking to build a career in information technology and development sector. First two days of the conference includes presentations by students and researchers from different sectors related to IT and the participants go on a hike on the third day. Among the presenters, students from DWIT along with their innovative ideas are as follows: Eye Driven Wheelchair for Tetraplegics Using CircularHough Transform By Saurav Bhandari / Raman Pandey - Class of 2019 - Co-Authored by Ritu R Lamsal Smart Waste Management Web Application using IoT By Mahan Adhikari, Suyog Shrestha - Class of 2019 IoT Driven Model Framework and Recommendation for Improving Air Quality Index of Kathmandu City By Sabin Pathak - Class of 2019 - Co-Authored by Ritu R Lamsal Towards an Open, Fair and Independently Verifiable Election System By Avina Nakarmi - Class of 2020 - Supervised by Dr. Sunil Chaudhary Approaches to Solving Issues in the Healthcare Industry using Emerging IoT Technology By Mandip Prasai - Class of 2019 DWIT Alumni who presented their research work / delivered a speech include: TechLekh Story By Abhisekh Gupta - Class of 2016 Radio to the Internet - A brief history of 'e-learning' in Nepal By Bidish Acharya - Class of 2016 “I was always curious to present paper at international conferences. This was my first and a wonderful experience presenting a research paper at the Sixth International Conference on Information Technology for Development (IT4D). I was representing this conference as a student from DWIT college, Tribhuvan University and as a researcher from Summus Engineering and Consultancy. It has been a great experience to meet many intelligent personnel, sharp colleagues, experienced entrepreneurs, researchers, professors, and international delegates.”as said by Mandip Prasai, one of the presenters.

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INTERVIEW: EXPERIENCE OF VIPASSANA MEDITATION

Posted on: 17 February, 2020

Vipassana, which means to see things as they really are, is one of India's most ancient techniques of meditation. To help us walk on the path of knowing Vipassana meditation more clearly we have Avina Nakarmi of Batch 2020 with us, who had taken this 10 day Vipassana meditation in December 2019. For starters who don't have knowledge of meditation or to be precise, Vipassana meditation, how would you like to introduce it to them and how is it different from other forms of meditation? Vipassana is a type of meditation in which Buddha himself rediscovered it. To be precise, it’s actually observing yourself, avoiding the external materialistic kind of stuffs and just looking into ourselves, our emotions, and our reality. With what I’m familiar with, other meditation usually involves a lot of chantings and you can even see at Pashupati where people play loud Bhajans and dance and meditate there. Instead of concentrating within yourself, you’re concentrating on external factors but in vipassana, you look into yourself, and the things you’ve experienced. While meditating, you learn more about yourself and you feel new sensation. Why did you take Vipassana meditation course? You know the schedule of Deerwalk, classes start from early morning and ends in the late evening, internships and everything plus we had additional projects during 5th-6th semester. So it was kind of hectic to keep up, there was just so much going on. After all my deadlines, I was free at that moment and I thought it would be helpful if I went to Vipassana meditation, in order to reduce the amount of stress that had built up. How did you come to know about Vipassana meditation? Were you encouraged or influenced by someone into taking it? Actually, during my teenage time, my cousins used to go for Vipassana meditation but at that time, I couldn't go. It had quite slipped my mind after that but recently our Image Processing sir, Sarbin Sayami had taken this course and he shared his experience with us which motivated me into taking it. They say that taking Vipassana meditation is not an easy task as it requires a lot of determination, how well did you cope up with it? To be honest, the first few days were really hard. The routine included waking up at 4-4:30 A.M then heading out for straight 2 hours of meditation. The breakfast would be casual boiled healthy foods but even the simple food would taste extremely good and awaited after the intense 2 hours meditation. The major difficulty I faced was to sit erect without any support continuously for 3-4 hours while meditating as I was used to sitting on chairs with support. We were only allowed to go out 2-3 times. There was the system of early sleep so we had to go to bed at sharp 9 P.M, the first few days I couldn't fall asleep at all because it wasn’t my usual routine. But after 4-5 days, I got used to it. Vipassana meditation is a universal remedy for universal ill, what is your say in this? Can you relate it with your experience? I can’t relate it with myself because I haven’t been through the stage where I felt very low in my life but I've heard stories of people who went through severe depression and physical illness like diabetes and after taking vipassana course they felt relief to some extent and some of them were even cured wholly. While I was researching about Vipassana meditation, somewhere I found that after vipassana course few individuals fell into depression because vipassana course walks you through the path of isolation in order to reflect within yourself and as a result, it resurfaces the trauma an individual had felt before in his/her lifetime. What is your view on this? When we are isolated it’s normal for many thoughts to resurface, which tends people to get sad and depressed but that’s why the teachers are there, they are so friendly and they will make you feel comfortable so you can express yourself to them. The trauma, you relieve it for a while and then you start to accept it, whatever happened, it happened in the past and it’s gone now. You’ll realize that everything is just a phase. And once you get used to that, every sadness or any extreme feeling like excitement, fear will be just a phase, a phase that will go away so you don’t tend to cling on stuff anymore. How can we join this course? If you’re interested, you can fill out the form at City office, Jamal. It’s situated near the Honda showroom. There they give you a pamphlet and ask you to go through it before filling the form. You must have strong determination and will power for it as you’ll be going for 10 days where you can’t use your phone or any other devices, the communication will be limited with the teachers only. Before leaving for the meditation there will be a small orientation session where you have one to one conversation with the Guruba and Guruaama; what they tend to do is they ask you whether you’re fully determined to join this or not, if not then you shouldn't join as it is a hard course. What changes have you felt after practicing Vipassana meditation? You won’t feel the changes instantly, but eventually you’ll feel more relaxed. The fear, jitters, and nervousness I used to feel while interacting with people, I've learned to control it now. I feel calmer after having taken Vipassana meditation. Would you recommend Vipassana meditation to others? Yes, I totally recommend it to others. But I also recommend people to go with full determination so that you won’t have to leave it in the middle. You will witness the positive changes in your life after practicing vipassana meditation. The journey is not easy but the fruit of this meditation is so worth it

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MY 4 YEARS AT DWIT

Posted on: 17 February, 2020

DWIT, My Story! November 27, 2015 I got an email from Bijaya Shrestha Sir entitled “Welcome To SEM I - Batch 2019” and the class would begin from 30th of November. I was so fascinated, nervous, excited about the new journey I was about to be part of. I was so impressed by DWIT from my open-house session and being able to be part of this community was super exciting. November 30, 2015 I reached the college gate where I saw many new faces standing in line with me. The line was oriented by our senior who took us to our class. As the line moved on, the first day’s journey from gate to classroom number 203 felt amazing. I was enjoying every sight I could see. November 22, 2019 9:50 AM. We were wished all the best for our boards by our cloud computing teacher, Shambhu Khanal. That meant we had concluded the class and it marked the completion of lectures at Deerwalk. The class had never been so loud as it was then when everyone yelled “Thank You Sir” so loud. We were happy because every one of us had passed our undergraduate hurdle. Deep down the happiness, we also had a thick layer of sadness of having to leave the college. Emotions were flowing all over my nerves that day. From carrying my bag to checking out the college gate, I was occupied by emotions and some droplets of heavy tears that flashed back to my four years at Deerwalk. You guys might wonder why was the tear so heavy? So, let's roll on to the flashback! I still remember the first calculus class of semester one lectured by Surendra Pathak Sir. We were told to introduce ourselves. I was glad to meet all the unknown people I was surrounded with who are now an integral part of my life. First few weeks were so interesting as we were the newest batch and it's always the newest batch that gets attention from everyone. Coming to college at 8:50 AM and leaving the college at 7:00 PM in the evening, yes, that was life for us which we thoroughly enjoyed. We never felt like leaving college early. What kept me to the college that late was the bond among the seniors I had, the unlimited chat with classmates about literally everything, the college environment that blossomed throughout the day and many more. With all the enjoyment, we also started adapting ourselves to the pressure. Pressure in Deerwalk includes academic, assignment, ECA responsibilities, deadlines (the most). Now I realize, with all that pressure I faced, I am more of a matured person now. Apart from these, I enjoyed my club journey in DWIT as well which is a rollercoaster ride. I was brought up as an outspoken person, be it on stage or in social circle. With that ability of mine, I joined DeerExpress Club as my first club. Things were not so smooth for me, so I had to leave the club in the middle because of some misunderstanding. From leaving the DeerExpress Club in 2016 to being president of the club in 2018, I realized things that start bad always have a perfect ending. In my days, I always enjoyed organizing events like deerfest, deer utsav. I must say events like these in Deerwalk are cherry in cake; you get a chance to interact with seniors and juniors and they will be a part of your journey. I just don't have memories with 47 of my friends, I have memories with everyone who thought being in touch with me was not a bad choice. As I write long, I also want to say something about my batch, Class of 2019. Guys, we have come all this way. It is inevitable that we may not always have this kind of togetherness in the future. But remembering all the memories we had and at least smiling to that instant of flashback will be enough. We started this journey as individuals, we end this journey as being the most unified and entertaining batch of Deerwalk. I will remember being called “Canceeeerrrr”, I will remember being called “Guffadi/Jhapali”, I will remember the fights we had and each one of us, I will remember sleeping at class and being punched by Prakash Sir, I will remember all my seniors who treated me more like a family, I will remember each millisecond of my time at DWIT. When I saw my seniors graduating in every deer utsav, I always thought of graduating as early as possible. Now I only have some months for my graduation, I want the time not to pass any sooner. I don't want my green card to be a red one. But, I also remember the fact that nothing lasts forever and show must always go on! Lastly, thank you all for making it a wonderful journey. Each one you have a special place in my heart. Iris R Pokharel Batch of 2019

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PROM NIGHT 2020: WHAT TO EXPECT?

Posted on: 17 February, 2020

For the first time in the history of DWIT, The Artistas Club is organizing PROM NIGHT 2020. Prom is basically an event where people get to socialize, meet new people, dance, eat and enjoy. The event is going to take place at college premises on February 15th, Saturday. To know more about the Prom night, I had a talk with Aakancha Thapa, current president of The Artistas Club. Why did The ARTISTAS club decide to conduct Prom 2020? ‘The Prom 2020’ will be an event that highlights the main motive of our club, “Art as a stress reliever”. As our club promotes various kinds of art forms, this event is being organized to provide a platform for young and aspiring event managers to showcase and improve their management skills along with a goal to provide a break from a monotonous day-to-day routine. A lot of people are still confused about PROM Night. What can the attendees expect from the night can you please elaborate in detail ? Why should anyone not miss The Prom 2020 ? Through this event what we want to do is break the stereotype. Prom season is upon us and many girls and guys are building up the courage to ask out their crush! Prom night isn't just about dancing! There will be great food, a photo booth, maybe even a dessert table, cash and gift vouchers giveaways. So don't worry about having two left feet. Enjoy the atmosphere and focus on having a great night. You can't deny that getting dressed up for a night out is so much fun. Sure, the preparation can be a hassle, like finding the perfect dress and deciding on the perfect hairstyle, but when you're all done and you finally take a look in the mirror, you'll be pleasantly surprised. Plus, one of the best parts of prom is showing off how good you look! And who doesn't love a party? No one cares if you can't dance or if you come without a date. You are there to have one of the best nights ever. Life is short and you don't want to regret not going to prom. So let loose and have fun! So I request everyone to join us, enjoy the time with your friends, and make the night a memory that will last forever cause when you look back, you just don’t want to see yourself as a student who only attended the college lectures. Is the event only for DWIT students? No, this event is not only for the students. The company employees and the alumni members are also heartly welcome to join the night. Is there any dress code for the PROM ? And is it necessary to have a date for the prom ? There is no particular dress code but everyone is expected to be in formal /semi-formal attire. And no, there’s no necessity to have a date. Our main purpose is to bring new experiences, which means we will learn something new, understand different perspectives and engage other cultures. This is more like a socializing event, so everyone doesn’t need to come in pairs. What are the exciting events planned for the night ? The event includes snacks, soft drinks, batch-wise candle light dinner, ball dance, DJ, performances by the Students, exciting games like 5 quick questions about your partner/friend and paper dance followed by Prom King and Queen announcement. At last the program is scheduled to conclude with a cake cutting ceremony by the batch of 2019 as a gesture of love to our seniors. At what time is the event starting and how long is the event going to be ? And are the tickets for the Prom still available? The event is scheduled to begin from 2 PM onwards and will end at around 7 PM. Yes, the tickets are still available with the club members. So, if anyone wants to be a part of the romantic evening, you can contact The Artistas Club without hesitation. Was it hard for the club to handle the responsibilities of the Prom all by themselves? For the first time in college history, The Artistas club is organizing “The Prom 2020” so it is definitely going to need a strenuous effort. But since our club members are so conscientious, it’s not much of a pressure. Are other DWIT clubs collaborating with the Artistas to make the event successful? Yes, the Music Club has collaborated with The Artistas to sooth the evening with melodic performances. The Media Club is helping with the photo coverage and The Documentary Club has taken the responsibility for the visual filming. Lastly do you have any message for the attendees ? This is the right time to know each other more and build good bonding among the circles. Hence, keeping that in mind, this event invites everyone from the high school, college, alumni and also the company employees. I believe, socializing and attending events will help us enrich our life. We are so stuck in the tedious routine, that every once in awhile we need to shake it up a bit. Doing something new and having some new adventures, acquaintances, I bet that’s what “The Prom 2020” is all about. So, I encourage everyone to not miss this jovial event.

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THINGS YOU PROBABLY DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT RUDRA PANDEY

Posted on: 03 March, 2020

Rudra Pandey is the chairman executive of DeerWalk Inc. Rudra Pandey comes from a lower-middle-class family in Kanakot. He had a very bright mind since his childhood. Brought up by his grandfather’s influences and teachings, Rudra Pandey is a very positive man who never gives up in his dreams. He was once totally discouraged when he couldn’t read his physics book in his first month of Isc years in Trichandra College, Kathmandu. That demotivation led Pandey to join ANNSU (the student group affiliated to the communist party of Nepal, Marxist and Leninist (ML)). He spent months on political work as a student without focusing on his studies. His elder brother helped him escape his addiction towards politics and speeches in political parties and that was when Pandey started working hard in his studies. He didn’t let the light inside him go off. As a result, Rudra Pandey was the college topper in the year 1984. Due to his brilliant result, Rudra Pandey was able to secure a scholarship to study in one of the top universities in Asia, Mehran University of Engineering & Technology, Pakistan, where he completed his Undergraduate in Electrical Engineering. Before his Undergraduate, he worked for many organizations including Nepal Telecom and Royal National Academy of Science and Technology. He claims himself as an ‘opportunist’ who grabbed the better jobs as soon as he was offered. His first step in entrepreneurship was when he started a company called Comptronix with one of his friends during his ISc, but it wasn’t a great success. Later, he started a business (GECS) as a dealer of computer hardware from HongKong and Taiwan along with his friend. Rudra Pandey got his Ph.D. on Economics from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts. He also worked in parking lots, as a security guard and due to his nature of taking risks he got many chances and opportunities. Ultimately, he was able to work in Bank of America. Rudra Pandey along with Chris Kryder built a company D2Hawkeye Services in the year 2001 where he got help from his company GECS in Nepal. Finally, in 2010, he established Deerwalk Services. He is now a very successful person who built an empire all by himself starting from a ground level. He is a true inspiration to all of us. My encounter with Rudra Pandey has always been very pleasant. He never hesitates to make a small casual conversation about anything like college or our classes, etc. He is a truly simple and humble man. I sincerely think of him as an absolute down to earth person.

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NEPAL PORTRAYED THROUGH FOREIGN MOVIES

Posted on: 03 March, 2020

Nepal has provided an exotic and mystical backdrop to numerous international movie sets. Not only Bollywood and Hollywood movies have been shot in Nepal several other movies have also portrayed the serenity of Nepal. Along with the cinematic beauty of Nepal, the culture, tradition and religious aspects are also exquisitely represented by the films. Movies directly or indirectly charge an impression in our mind and heart. The same way whenever Nepal is exhibited in various international movies, it leaves some impact on the audience on how Nepal actually is and it draws them towards Nepal. Some of the films which were shot in Nepal are mentioned below: Doctor Strange Doctor Strange, a marvel comic based superhero sci-fi movie had a few scenes of Nepal. It was shot in Pashupatinath, Swayambhunath, Thamel, Newroad, Patan Durbar Square. Although various monuments of Nepal were under reconstruction due to the massive earthquake of 2072 B.S still the production unit continued shooting to bring the world's attention towards the country. Baraka Baraka presents footage of people, places and things from around the world. The movie was shot in 24 countries on six continents over a 14-month period.” The movie covered the Himalayas and various World Heritage Sites of Kathmandu. Hare Rama Hare Krishna Hare Rama Hare Krishna is said to be the first Bollywood film to be shot in Nepal. Dev Anand, the director came up with the idea for this movie when he was in Kathmandu. This movie resulted in a tremendous flow of Indian tourists into Nepal. Beyond the edge Beyond the edge is a movie portraying the historical ascent of Mount Everest by Tenzing Norgay and Sir Edmund Hillary. This movie beautifully projected the adventurous nature of Mount Everest, making the world know about it more vividly. Seven Years in Tibet A biographical war drama film, directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud and screen played by heartthrob Brad Pitt, Seven Years in Tibet had some of its scenes shot in Nepal which projected Nepal as a peaceful tourist destination. Gharwali Baharwali One of the most-watched comedy-dramas released in 1998, the movie Gharwali Baharwali comprises few scenes of Nepal. The movie presents how loyal and loving a Nepali woman is to her husband and is willing to take any risk in order to save him. The mesmerizing Himalayas, Hills, Culture, and the Serenity of Lord Buddha are often found to be represented in the movies. Along with the above-mentioned films, many more films are there which show the living lifestyle, monuments and bewitching beauty of Nepal.

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AN INTRODUCTION TO DEERWALK DEVELOPERS COMMUNITY

Posted on: 03 March, 2020

The Deerwalk Developers Community is a platform at Deerwalk Institute of Technology for students having the same interest to team up together and learn from each other. The community aims to make a team of enthusiastic learners and help them run together. Every group will have a leader and a six month tenure which will have two phases, Learning and Project Phase. In the Learning Phase, team members will study the technology and follow the same learning path to help each other. Once the team members are comfortable with this, they will move to the project phase. In the latter phase, team members will work together to build a real world project. Community Goal The main objective to start this community was to establish a learning environment in the college. According to the president and the founder of the community, Aaakash Bhandari, his leadership will focus on creating an almost identical environment to other IT colleges abroad where students form groups and work together on the technology they want to learn. He believes that group learning will make the learning process much easier and efficient. In addition, the community also plans to conduct different inter school events.Hour of Code outside the college and extend the community throughout the different IT colleges based in Nepal. Current Members At present, Aakash Bhandari holds the position of president, Shubham Joshi has been appointed as the vice president and Aiswarya Sapkota is the treasurer of the committee. The community has 8 executive members : Raman Lamichhane, Sujan Adhikari, Sagar Giri, Deena Sitikhu, Simran Prajuli, Aabiskar Pandey, Umang Pathak and Ramesh Tamag. Active Groups The newly formed community has been bestowed with great responses from the students. Lots of students have shown interest in joining the community. Currently, there are 5 active groups: Game Development on Unity with 14 members, Web Development with 23 members, Ethical Hacking with 15 members, Software Quality Assurance with 3 members and IOT with 7 members. Why Community when there are already different Clubs in the college ? There might arise a question amongst DWIT students on why a separate community is needed when we already have clubs to conduct different workshops? The answer to this is quite simple; the community actually has a different set of goals as compared to the clubs. While a Club is focused on conducting workshops which lasts for just a few days, the community students will have a learning time for the entire 6 months This means, the students will get a fair amount of time to learn and let alone learning, they will also be working on a projects as a team which will surely add up to their CV.

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